1986 Masters

Author: John Boyette
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762768681
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1986 Masters from the Author: John Boyette. At the age of forty-six, Jack Nicklaus was considered by some to be done as a championship golfer. Entering the 1986 Masters, most folks had written off the Golden Bear. But the winner of a record seventeen professional majors wasn't done yet. After a slow start, Nicklaus got in the hunt during the weekend, and he played the final nine holes in a 6-under-par 30. He roared past a who's who of top golfers that day to win his sixth Masters title—a record that still exists. Most experts agree that it was the most thrilling day of tournament golf ever played. Upon the twenty-fifth anniversary of arguably the most exciting Masters in history, THE 1986 MASTERS is nearly a hole-by-hole account written by a veteran sports journalist who was there. Illustrated with more than fifty exclusive photographs of the tournament from the award-winning team at the Augusta Chronicle, it takes you right onto the course with the golfers. Author John Boyette includes commentary from interviews with the key figures connected to the 1986 Masters. From Nicklaus's wife and son to CBS announcers to the players themselves—Greg Norman, Tom Kite, Bernhard Langer, Sandy Lyle, Seve Ballesteros, and many more—an amazing chorus of voices that helps tell this remarkable story. And the voice of Jack Nicklaus shines as well, in an interview provided exclusively for the book. A thoroughly absorbing narrative about one of golf's greatest moments created by one of golf's greatest figures, THE 1986 MASTERS is a must-read for any golf fan.

One For The Ages

Author: Tom Clavin
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
ISBN: 1569768552
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One For The Ages from the Author: Tom Clavin. Chronicles Jack Nicklaus' win at the 1986 Masters, despite being ranked only 160th going into the tournament, and profiles the Masters competition and such players as Seve Ballesteros, Tom Kite, and Greg Norman.

The Greatest Masters

Author: Stephen Goodwin
Publisher: Harpercollins
Size: 21.43 MB
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The Greatest Masters from the Author: Stephen Goodwin. Recounts Jack Nicklaus' amazing victory at the 1986 Masters Tournament, briefly describes the tournament's history, and includes profiles of the main golfers involved in the contest

Masters And Johnson On Sex And Human Loving

Author: Robert Kolodny
Publisher: Little, Brown
ISBN: 9780316501606
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Masters And Johnson On Sex And Human Loving from the Author: Robert Kolodny. Masters and Johnson on Sex and Human Loving, written by the internationally acclaimed sex researchers William H. Masters, Virginia E. Johnson, and Robert C. Kolodny, is a comprehensive, warm, and highly readable survey that includes the most current findings on the remarkable range of complexities--biological, psychological, and social--that make up human sexuality.

The Front Nine

Author: Barry LeBrock
Publisher: Triumph Books
ISBN: 1623687187
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The Front Nine from the Author: Barry LeBrock. The most famous shot in golf history—from Gene Sarazen's double eagle, which led to victory at the 1935 Masters to Tom Watson's nearly impossible chip shot in the 1982 U.S. Open—the greatest and most memorable shots in the long and storied history of this grand game are brought to life in The Front Nine. Triumphant victory as well as heartbreaking defeat play out shot-by-shot as the most celebrated tournaments of the past come to life. Readers thrill to both the joy and agony of the most significant shots in golf history through detailed description, commentary from the men who pulled them off, and fresh insight from golf historian Barry LeBrock.

Ecological Informatics

Author: Friedrich Recknagel
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540434559
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Ecological Informatics from the Author: Friedrich Recknagel. Ecological Informatics is defined as the design and application of computational techniques for ecological analysis, synthesis, forecasting and management. The book provides an introduction to the scope, concepts and techniques of this newly emerging discipline. It illustrates numerous applications of Ecological Informatics for stream systems, river systems, freshwater lakes and marine systems as well as image recognition at micro and macro scale. Case studies focus on applications of artificial neural networks, genetic algorithms, fuzzy logic and adaptive agents to current ecological management issues such as toxic algal blooms, eutrophication, habitat degradation, conservation of biodiversity and sustainable fishery.

Alterations In The Neuronal Cytoskeleton In Alzheimer Disease

Author: George Perry
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 146131657X
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Alterations In The Neuronal Cytoskeleton In Alzheimer Disease from the Author: George Perry. The neuronal cytoskeleton is a complex structure responsive to both intrinsic and extrinsic factors. Defined populations of neurons in the brains of patients with Alzheimer and several other neurodegenerative diseases contain abnormal filamentous accumulations which share elements with the cytoskeleton. Although there is a general consensus that these abnormal filaments do contain cytoskeletal elements, much debate remains regarding which cytoskeletal elements are incorporated and whether the cytoskeletal rearrangement is primary or secondary to other cellular changes. In this book these questions are addressed in a historical perspect ive in light of new data that allows the reinterpretation of previously reported results. Contributions are based on many of the major tech niques of modern biology including biochemistry, molecular biology, electron microscopy and immunocytochemistry. In the view of the editor, this volume is being written at a time when our understanding of the cytopathology of Alzheimer disease is moving from predominantly descriptive to both analytical and mechanistic. I hope that this contribution will provide impetus to speed this transi tion. George Perry Cleveland, Ohio vii ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The support of the Fidia Pharmaceutic Corporation for the computer generated color figure on page 65 is gratefully acknowledged.

The Everything Golf Book

Author: Richard Mintzer
Publisher: Adams Media
ISBN: 1558508147
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The Everything Golf Book from the Author: Richard Mintzer. Designed for beginning and experienced players alike, this comprehensive volume covers everything from swing technique to past British Open winners, and includes a thorough listing of golf courses throughout the United States. Original.

Our Masters Voices

Author: Max Atkinson
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415018753
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Our Masters Voices from the Author: Max Atkinson. "'Max Atkinson presents a neat blend of applied political psychology and communications theory that is bound to be read closely in the corridors of power. His study of the art of effective political persuasion will revolutionize -- for the better -- political communications in Britain.' - "Robert Worcester. Chairman, MORI (Market and Opinion Research International Ltd)"--Publisher description.